The OnePlus 9 Pro was unveiled for the first time

The OnePlus 9 Pro was unveiled for the first time

OnePlus has officially released the first real photo of the OnePlus 9 PRO, and revealed that the machine uses the industry’s first diffuse gradient texture, which combines fog surface and mirror effect, to bring a more elegant, more high-end, highly textured body texture.

The OnePlus 9 Pro was unveiled for the first time
One Plus 9 PRO photo released

According to OnePlus’s head of industrial design for mobile phones: “Inspired by the Maison&Object Paris fashion show 18 years ago, Warm Minimalism injects some inspiration into the tone of the OnePlus 9 collection, adding a human touch to innovative products.”

He said the design concept of the One Plus 9 series is to “reinvent reality”. They hope to bring a calmer, natural and real feeling to users with a more pure and simple design. In particular, the use of light, color and material makes the product return to the real and pure state, so as to become both elegant and powerful.

From the official release of the real machine picture, we can see that the back of the One Plus 9 series not only has the excellent hand feel of the frosted process, but also retains the reflective effect of mirror glass in the vision. The fusion of fog surface and mirror makes the machine bring excellent experience in the vision and feel.

The OnePlus 9 Pro was unveiled for the first time

It is worth mentioning that the real picture released by OnePlus this time also officially revealed the screen design of the OnePlus 9 Pro. According to the picture, the machine still continues the curved screen design of the previous generation, with the front shot hole located in the upper left corner of the screen.

According to previous news, the OnePlus 9 Pro will use the latest LTPO screen technology, can achieve 5~120Hz intelligent refresh rate adjustment, at the same time also 2K+ resolution, support 1 billion colors display, can bring very excellent display effect, but also can perfectly display the color of the image taken by the Hassu image system.